The Shenzhen-based smartphone maker OPPO unveiled two new gadgets the Find X2 and the Find X2 Pro, both part of its flagship Find X series.
On February 25, Chinese smart device brand OPPO announced the launch of its latest 5G flagship Find X2 series.
According to OPPO, the newest flagship from the Find series, the OPPO Find X2, will be released in the first quarter of 2020.
Smartphone shipments in India saw a three percent annual increase to 35.6 million units in the second quarter of 2019, according to a recent research report from Strategy Analytics. Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi remains the leader, with Samsung closing in and regaining foothold in the region.
Smartphone giants such as Samsung, Huawei, Xiaomi, OnePlus, Vivo, and OPPO, have all rolled out awesome pop-up camera phones in 2019.
As OPPO opened a twitter account for the UK on Jan. 9, it's ready to open up the market while domestic competition intensifies.
Huawei announced it would release the bezel-less smartphone Nova 4 with new in-screen camera on December 16. Nova 4 is the successor of last generation's Nova 3, but comes with a brand new design.
Mainland China has 243 million iPhone users. But seriously, how many of those iPhone users could really afford the latest iPhone Xs?
To our dearest Pandaily readers, We are fast approaching the annual Mid-Autumn Festival. To celebrate this exciting time of the year with all of you, our readers, we'd like to give back to you guys by organizing a fun giveaway for just ONE unboxed OPPO Find X Smartphone! Yes, your ears aren't playing any tricks…
OPPO announced the debut of two new smartphones, the OPPO R17 and R17 Pro, at a launch event on the evening of August 23rd in Shanghai.
OPPO will be the first smartphone manufacturer to use Gorilla Glass 6, a breakthrough technology in cover glass by Corning Inc. that prevents multiple drops, as announced by the New York-based glass company on August 3.
OPPO R17 specifications are unveiled in part through the international edition shared on Twitter, confirming its V-shaped front camera design and on-screen fingerprint unlock features.
Although the Chinese national football team's last World Cup appearance amounted to three losses during the Group Stage of 2002, the World Cup remains a popular event for Chinese fans that’s mingled with jokes, idol culture, beer and kabobs.